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206 William and Mary College Quarterly. 

Notes from the Records of Northumberland County, Virginia. 


John Turberville vs. Capt. Wm. Lee's estate, etc., for note 
drawn tinder said Lee's hand and seal, dated January, 1694, and 
Bartholomew Schreever and wife Mary, executrix of Capt. Win. 
Lee, deceased, to pay said note, etc., Aug. 19, 1697, pg. 786. 

John Bursage vs. Capt. Wm. Lee's estate for note signed by 
said Lee Nov. 17, 1694, pg. 786. 

Upon petition of Mary Schrever, formerly Heath, executrix of 
the last will and testament of Capt. Wm. Lee, the said will here 
in court produced, which in the court's opinion (being well ac- 
quainted with the hand of said Capt. Lee) was writ by his own 
hand, but the evidence not forthcoming, a probate is granted her 
of the said last will and testament, Sept. 16, 1696, pg. 740. 

Upon petition of Bartholomew Scriver and Mary his wife, 
executrix of Capt. Wm. Lee, deceased, it is ordered that Mr. Bar- 
tholomew and George Dameron, Mr James Waddy, and Mr John 
Eustace sometime before next court, being first sworn before one 
of his majestie's Justices meet at home of Capt. Wm. Lee, de- 
ceased, and appraise the said deceased estate, and that the said 
Schreever and his wife return the same to next court upon oath, 
September 16, 1696, pg. 740. 

Capt. Wm. Lee, atty. for Robert Brent vs. Samuel Warcupp, 
March 21, 1694, pg. 689, also continued to Jan. 20, 1695, pg. 
696, continued. 

John Taylor, of London, vs. Bartholomew Schreever and Mary 
his wife, late Mary Heath, executrix of Capt. Wm. Lee, deceased, 
Oct. 16, 1701, pg. 177. 

Francis Jones vs. Bartholomew Schreever and Mary his wife, 
late Mary Heath, executrix of Capt. Wm. Lee, deceased, April 
20, 1699, pg. 15. 

Roger Gould, Atty. of Capt. Thomas Young, vs. Bartholomew 
Schreever as marrying Mary, the executrix of Capt. Wm. Lee, 
deceased, continued April 20, 1699, pg. 15. 

Accounts of Capt. Wm. Lee estate paid by Bartholomew 
Schriever, who made oath to same May 21, 1713, pg. 303. This 
account was dated May 3, 1697, and payments made by said 
Schreiver per order of court till 1701. 

Lee, Heath, Miller, Martin, Guerrant. 20? 

Francis Jones and Thos. Conch, Pltfs. vs. Bartholomew 
Schreiver and Mary his wife, late Mary Heath, executrix of Capt. 
Wm. Lee, defeds. (concerning a store kept at house of Capt. Wm. 
Lee, now deceased, by James Harris), March 20, 1700, pg. 155. 

On motion of Col. Eichard Lee, the Sheriff of this Co. is 
ordered to summon Mary Schreever, Samuel and Thomas Heath, 
John Burne and Jno. Curtis to appear to answer questions to 
prove Lee's land in Maryland, Jan. 20, 1708. 

Hon. Eichard Lee, by his atty., Geo. Eskridge, asks the court to 
have depositions taken to prove he owned land in Maryland, viz. : 
Eichard Lattemore, Bartholomew Schriever, Thos. Heyden, 
Mary Schreever, and Mark Knight on 18th Sept. next, Sept. 16, 
1713, last page. On March 17, 1713, this order was again made, 
but no deposition to be found, pg. 20. 

The last will and testament of Mary Schreever, deceased, was 
presented to the court by Thos.Waddy and Francis Waddy,exors. 
of the said dec'd, proved by oaths of Ann Wilkinson and Sarah 
Bryne, witnesses to said will; probate granted October 20, 1731, 
pg. 43. This will cannot be found on record. 

In the will of Sarah Jones she gives to her son-in-law, Thos. 
Heath, a tract of land. Will dated Jan. 20, 1719. 

In will of Thos. Heath, dated June 6, 1726, he mentions his 
children Wm., John, Betty and Mary Heath; and wife Winifred 
Heath, brother Samuel Heath, and brother-in-law Maurice 
Jones, exe'trix & exors. 

Division of land of Samuel Heath, gent., late of this county, 
divided among his daughters, viz. : Henry Miller and wife Eliza- 
beth, plantation 109 acres where he lives and Samuel Heath died, 
also land called Nicholas Swamp, 150 acres, to Wm. Tebbs and 
Mary his wife, 250 acres out of tract called "Scrivers" to Geo. 
Conway and wife Ann, 100 acres, part of Scriver's tract, and 300 
acres in Maryland, and 120 acres in Westmoreland county, 
where Mr. Tebbs now lives, to John Sorrell and Judith his wife, 
200 acres in Lancaster Co., where Geo. Conway now lives, & 365 
acres in possession of said Sorrell, 100 acres where John Ham- 
mond lives. Great waste and timber destroyed on tract called 
Scriver's, etc., Oct. 4, 1744, pg. 66. 

The will of Bartholomew Sehrever, dated 14 Dec, 1727, men- 
tions his brothers Samuel Heath and their daughters Mary & 

208 William and Mary College Quarterly. 

Elizabeth, and to his daughter Elizabeth, if she have male heir, 
if not, to his brother Samuel Heath, sole executor. 

At a court held for Northumberland county, Virginia, the 20 
day of May, 1670. This day Mr. Robert Jones was sworne High 
Sheriff for this county, and Mr. Wm. Carny Subsher. Copied 
from old order book now in Clerk's office of said county. Certi- 
fied to by Wm. S. Cralle, clerk of Northumberland county, Vir- 
ginia, July 13, 1899. 

At a court holden for the county of Northumberland the 8th 
of September, 1662. Present, Capt. Peeter Ashton, Commdr. 
Mr. Richard Wright, Mr. Wm. Presly, Mr. Eobt. Jones, Comrs. 
Copied from an old order book now in Clerk's office of said 
county. Certified to by Wm. S. Cralle, clerk of Northumberland 
county, Va., July 13, 1899. 

The will of Eobert Jones'was proved May 1, 1675, and names 
sons William, Samuel, Robert and Maurice Jones, and wife Mar- 
tha Jones. 

Notes from Douglas Register of Records of Goochland Parish. 
List of births of children of Wm. Miller, of Goochland county, 
Virginia, and Mary Heath his wife, of Northumberland county 
Va., viz: 

1. Winifred Jones Miller, born in Goochland county, Va., May 
22, 1743. Married Robt. Povall June 14, 1760, married, sec- 
ondly, Thos. Eldridge. 

2. John Miller, born Oct. 6, 1744. 

3. Elizabeth Miller, born May 22, 1746. Married Geo. Rich- 
ardson 1766. 

4. Sarah Miller, born Oct. 15, 1747. Married James Holman 

5. Wm. Heath Miller, born Nov. 1, 1749. Married Joanna 
Leprade 1772. 

6. Margaret Miller, born Nov. 11, 1751. Married Daniel 
Harris 1779. 

7. Thomas Miller, born March 20, 1754. Married Constance 
Massie 1786. 

8. Mary Miller, born March 8, 1756. Married Obediah 
Periere 1777. 

9. Henry Miller, born Sept. 25, 1758. 

10. Heath Jones Miller, born Dec. 19, 1761, died 1818. Mar- 
ried Elizabeth Guerrant Nov. 24, 1785. 

Eustace Family. 209 

Married, June 14, 1760, Winifred Jones Miller, of Goochland 
county, Virginia, and Kobt. Povall, of Henrico county, Virginia. 

Born, January 22, 1762, Mary Heath Povall, daughter of 
Robert Povall and Winifred Jones Miller his wife. 

Born, Sept. 23, 1763, Chas. Povall, son of Bobert Povall and 
Winifred Jones Miller his wife. 

Married, July 25, 1782, Mary Heath Povall and John Guer- 

Born, July 16, 1783, Bobert Guerrant, son of John Guerrant 
and Mary Heath Povall his wife. 

Born Oct. 11, 1770, Elizabeth Guerrant, daughter of John 
Guerrant, Sr., and Elizabeth Porter his wife. 

Born June 21, 1777, Jeanie & Judith Guerrant (twins), 
daughters John Guerrant, Sr., and Elizabeth Porter his wife. 

Married, Dec. 21, 1758, Antony Martin and Sarah Holman, 
both in Manikintown, Virginia. 

Born, Dec. 19, 1761, James Martin, son of Antony Martin and 
Sarah Holman his wife. 

Born Sept. 9, 1764, Jean Martin, daughter of Antony Martin 
and Sarah Holman his wife. 

Born, Dec. 6, 1766, Sarah Martin, daughter of Antony Martin 
and Sarah Holman his wife. 

Capt. Holman's funeral preached June 12, 1759. 

James Holman's funeral preached November 20, 1761. 

Mrs. Holman's funeral preached Sept. 6, 1772. Goochland. 

Mrs. Holman's funeral preached July 18, 1773. Goochland. 

List of Marriages of children of Peter Guerrant & Magdalene 
Trabue, viz: 

1. Jane Guerrant married James Bryant May 11, 1758. 

2. Daniel Guerrant married Mary Porter July 19, 1770, all in 
Manakentown, Va. 

3. Judith Guerrant married George Smith. 

4. John Guerrant married Elizabeth Porter. 

5. Magdalene Guerrant married Bobert Moseley 1740. 

Depositions of Anthony Steptoe, aged forty-four, and others 
recorded in Lancaster county, in 1697, show that 1 John 1 Eus- 
tace came to Virginia in 1676, in company with his first wife, 
Sarah Jauncey, and her parents, William and Elizabeth Jaun-